• General Funding

    The Prize for Journalism „from below“ awarded by Austrian Anti Poverty Network

    The journalism prize „from below“ was created in 2010 as a project of the Austrian Anti Poverty Network. It is aiming to promote a kind of journalism which reflects the many facets of poverty, treats people concerned in a respectful way, allows their voices to be heard, lets their realities become visible and examines the […]more

  • General Funding

    Private Nationalism Bratislava

    25 years after 1989 we are facing multiple inner as well as geo-political challenges deeply rooted in inconsequence of the transformation processes after 1989. Proclaimed state´s safety and democratisation of the society backed by the membership in EU and NATO is being seriously challenged by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine which raises fundamental questions about sustainability […]more
  • ERSTE Foundation, General Funding

    Going East – Discovering New and Alternative Traditions in Translation (Studies)

    The Center for Translation Studies at the University of Vienna is organising a two-day symposium in December 2014 to bring together Eastern European traditions and scientific reflections on Translation (Studies). It seeks to understand how the discipline and scientific thinking on it has evolved in this region as Translation Studies appears to be dominated by […]more
  • General Funding

    Slobodija Odysseia, mon Amour!

    Between legend and reality: actors and musicians tell stories about tomorrow, today and from far away. The wandering and stories of Odysseus meet on stage stories of today’s people who were forced to leave their homes, were or are still refugees and in search of a new home. These uprooted are the heroes of this […]more
  • General Funding

    Humanity in Action International Conference in Warsaw

    The Humanity in Action (HIA) International Conference is the annual gathering of more than 250 young and established leaders committed to promoting human rights, diversity and active citizenship in their own communities and around the world. The 2013 International Conference in Warsaw will feature keynotes, workshops and discussions led by experts and activists who will […]more
  • General Funding

    Jewish culture from Hungary in Vienna: Life March

    The Jewish Cultural Weeks are organised by the Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde Wien (IKG) and have been taking place every June in Vienna for more than 20 years. This year’s program named “Jewish Culture from Hungary” shows different facets of Jewish culture in music, dance, art, literature, film and discussions. One part of the comprehensive program will […]more
  • General Funding

    Jewish History Baden – Presentation of a multimedia platform

    The third largest Jewish community in Austria was once domiciled in Baden – but has been lacking comprehensive historical documentation until now. Hence the association „Jewish History Baden“ invites you to a presentation of their new multimedia platform www.jewishhistorybaden.com The association of young students, all born and raised in Baden,  present their project with the […]more
  • General Funding

    Festival of Tolerance in Zagreb

    Festival of Tolerance – continuation of the Zagreb Jewish Film Festival – is an ongoing cultural and educational programme as the only one in Southeastern Europe that promotes the history and culture of Jewish people with a special emphasis on the historical period of the Holocaust. This year it will celebrate its seventh edition from […]more
  • General Funding

    Gala Concert at the European Jewish Choir Festival – Vienna 2013

    The Vienna Jewish Choir plays a vital part in making Jewish culture an integral part of life in Vienna again. It will host the first European Jewish Choral Festival in Vienna with a comprehensive repertoire of Yiddish, Hebrew, and Ladino songs from 9 to 12 May. During intensive workshops, around 400 singers will rehearse new […]more
  • General Funding

    Nachricht vom Verlust der Welt / News of the Loss of the World

    “Der junge Salon” is an institution, which exposes youth from 14 to 20 years old to art and culture offering continuous and sustainable projects for young people. For the season 2012/2013, work on two theatre pieces “Nachricht vom Verlust der Welt” in cooperation with Brick-5 and Herklotzgasse has been planned. Twenty young people will prepare […]more